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Posts from the April 2015 issue

Class Notes: ’60, ’70s, and ’80s

Jay Engeln ’74 and Priscilla Walker Engeln ’73 welcomed alumni and spouses to their home in Silverthorne, Colorado, in July. From left, front row: Catherine Petros, Ray Petros ’72, Gary Eisenbooth ’74, Nancy Weber Wigington ’74, Priscilla, Terry Eastman, and Jay. Second row: Kris Gurnsey Johnson ’74, Kris Pelz ’73, Steve Menhennett ’74, Sandy Ferguson, Robert Wigington ’73, Alan Hart-McArthur ’74, and Pat Kennedy ’74. Third row: Mark Lassleben ’74, Donn Turner ’74, John Ferguson ’74, Mike Martin ’74, Leslie Hammel-Turk, Trish Hart-McArthur, Melissa Walker ’72, and Les Goss ’72. Fourth row (behind CC banner): John Kessel ’74, Jim Levison ’73, Stuart McKinlay ’75, Mark Eastman ’74, Brad Turk ’74, and Frank Shipley ’74.

1969 Jane Lubchenco has been appointed to the National Geographic Society Board of Trustees. She and two other new trustees join 18 others who are leaders in science, education, law, business, finance, government, and public service. Jane is a world-renowned environmental scientist. She was the undersecretary of commerce for oceans and atmosphere and administrator of…

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Class Notes: ’90s, ’00s, and ’10s

Kris Peterson Saenz ’83, left, and Heather Comer Yun ’97 were both deployed to Bagram Air Field Afghanistan in 2011 when they discovered they’d both graduated from CC. They’re stationed at the San Antonio (Texas) Military Medical Center, where Kris is chief of nephrology. Heather, an active-duty Air Force lieutenant colonel, is program director of the Infectious Disease Fellowship at SAMMC.

1990 Kenny Crochet, at left in photo, is a top member of the competition barbecue team, GQue, led by Jason Ganahl, right, of Superior, Colorado. The team recently competed against nearly 600 top barbecue teams from around the world at the American Royal World Series of BBQ in Kansas City. GQue took home awards for…

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